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The February Digest

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Welcome to the latest monthly round-up. As we begin to look ahead to spring, we take stock of everything we’ve been loving this month. You’ll find the lowdown on the places to go, the things to do and the products to buy, all handpicked by the W. ICONS editors. Read on to see what made the cut.

Restaurant To Book

The newly opened Devonshire is the London pub to know. A four-storey building on a Soho corner dating back to 1793, it was completely refurbished to deliver a classic pub on the ground floor and two floors of dining above. Great drinks and exceptional food are at its heart, with the aim being to deliver classic pub fare but ‘the best you’ve ever had’. Everything is cooked on a wood-ember grill in the first-floor dining room, and a bakery and butchery below the pub prepare everything from scratch for the customers upstairs.

Book To Read

The first novel from Antonia Angress, Sirens and Muses tells the story of four New York-based artists at a prestigious art college. It follows their intertwined relationships and immerses you in the story of each of the central characters, while also offering an insight into the art world.

Beauty Hero

And Begin specialises in skincare for midlife through personalised prescription skincare. The Revolution serum-in-a-cream contains active ingredients prescribed to a bespoke level to tackle your key concerns and skincare requirements, such as fine lines and wrinkles, hyper-pigmentation and radiance.

Collaboration To Know

Mother Denim have collaborated with LA based designer Clare V. on a capsule that pays homage to LA, the city where they are both based. Combining Clare V.’s French style and Mother’s Californian heritage, the 10-piece collection includes wide-leg jeans and a classic striped shirt.

Place To Stay

Located in a former Augustinian convent in Antwerp, Hotel August has been reimagined by architect Vincent Van Duysen in his first hotel project. Combining the original neoclassical features with a modern aesthetic in a muted palette, the result is a serene and tranquil space centred around a courtyard garden. The hotel, located in the Green Quarter, also houses a small spa and an impressive restaurant.

ICON To Invest In

For SS24, the mini Wallace from Bottega Veneta has been crafted in a deep sage shade, using their signature intrecciato technique – the iconic weave the brand is known for. A key colour for the season, this bag will instantly make any outfit feel fresh and spring-like, while the size and shape are classic enough to make it a worthwhile investment.

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